Filed a lawsuit against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki?

Filed a lawsuit against Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki?

07/01/2013

Palm – The Board of Nineveh province, on Monday, he decided to set up a lawsuit against the commander in chief of the armed forces and the leadership of the province and the Directorate of Operations of the provincial police because “the repression of demonstrators.”

A member of the Council in a statement read on behalf of the Council during a press conference that the Council decided to sue against the commander in chief of the armed forces of Iraqi Prime Minister “Nuri al-Maliki and Nineveh Operations Command, and the leadership of the provincial police because of the crackdown on demonstrators.

Four of the participants in the demonstration Ahrar Square in central Mosul, on Monday, due to the shocked car taken by the Iraqi army during the action to disperse the demonstrators.

The Council issued Nineveh province, on Sunday (6 December 2013), a decision to grant approval open to protest, warning Nineveh Operations Command of non-compliance with the resolution or intercept the demonstrators and prevent them.

It is noteworthy that Ninawa Operations Command closed, first Saturday (January 5 2013), Square Liberal central Mosul and prevented the demonstrators from entering because of “lack of access to official approval,” while the opening scene conservative Ethel Nujaifi and allowed the protesters to enter stressing they got official approval of the province and their boards.

And witnessing the provinces of Anbar and Nineveh, Salahuddin, Kirkuk, since (25 December 2012), mass demonstrations involving religious scholars and tribal leaders and local officials most notably the governor of Nineveh Ethel Nujaifi and Finance Minister Rafie al-Issawi, demanding the release of prisoners and detainees innocent and prosecute “violators symptoms” of women prisoners, as well as change the course of government.

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